We were back again in Penang (Shangri La Rasa Sayang & Chi Spa) after almost a year for another family occasion. This time an evening flight and by the time we arrived at about 9pm, I was hungry as a cow. There was no time to decide, neither pick and choose where to eat/makan. Straight away to the nearest - Kayu Nasi Kandar, we have been to many a times especially Kayu Taipan.
Up next: Ixora Hotel.
Both the sups were flavoured up in a similar style, garnished with coriander leaves and paired with crusty bread. Lovely loveable aromatic soup and tender to its core kambing and chicken until every bit polished off. In fact for small eaters like us, quite filling and always been our favorite compared to the nasi kandar.
The cousin who had naan with dhal curry and tandoor chicken was happy as well. He liked the soft fluffy bread, the thick delicious curry and the spicily grilled chicken.
Up next: Ixora Hotel.
Nava even i like Goat soup like Paya and all. This sounds cool :-)ReplyDelete
Make me want to go there Nava,,,everything looks delicious and I'm sure the atmosphere in that restaurant or vendor is amazing :)ReplyDelete
Wow such a lovely plate, I guess you should have licked till the last drop of it. Nice info and write up.ReplyDelete
ah i want the soup >.< not every mamak got sell it but i love it so muchReplyDelete
Gr8 coverage felt although I visited like. Thanks for sharing it here.ReplyDelete
Nice writeup and felt like being there..Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Hi Nava, everything look awesome especially the soup look superb. I love the teh tarik too. Thanks for sharing the nice pictures.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day ahead,regards.
nice post really...ReplyDelete
Nice pics ! Especially the soup it's just adorable..ReplyDelete
Soup looks hearty! Hopefully you can share a recipe for it soon? Hehehe so we can have homemade goodness.ReplyDelete
Wow! Lovely food especially the soup looks yum... Drooling here... Good info Nava :-)ReplyDelete
Nava, that is a cool review. First thing caught my eyes was teh tarik, being a tea/coffee lover myself - this is a very inviting cuppa, looks effortlessly tasty.ReplyDelete
And the soup, Oh my! I have heard a lot about the chicken and mutton soups. My granny used to talk in specific about the "mutton leg soup" all the time, they taste so good because of the meat releasing its fat content, i guess. I have no expertise in cooking meat, but remove the meat and add some veggies, you definitely won't get the killer taste :)
And the dal in the meal, looks just like home made one with no extra garnish, neat.
Hi nava.... maybe u should try the soup kambing at nasi kandar pelita chai leng park perai for comparison...then you will know which is better....penangite!!!ReplyDelete